Graphene electrodes for organic metal-free light-emitting devices

Nathaniel D. Robinson, Ludvig Edman, Manish Chhowalla

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Abstract

In addition to its fascinating electrical and mechanical properties, graphene is also an electrochemically stable and transparent electrode material. We demonstrate its applicability as both anode and cathode in a light-emitting electrochemical cell (LEC), an electrochemical analogue to a polymer organic light-emitting diode. Specifically, we summarize recent progress in carbon-based metal-free light-emitting devices enabled by chemically derived graphene cathodes on quartz and plastic substrates, and explain the advantages of using LECs in manufacturing large-area devices.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPhysica Scripta T
VolumeT146
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Event2010 Nobel Symposium on Graphene and Quantum Matter - Saltsjobaden, Sweden
Duration: May 27 2010May 31 2010

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Other2010 Nobel Symposium on Graphene and Quantum Matter
CountrySweden
CitySaltsjobaden
Period5/27/105/31/10

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mechanical properties
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carbon
polymers

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Robinson, N. D., Edman, L., & Chhowalla, M. (2012). Graphene electrodes for organic metal-free light-emitting devices. In Physica Scripta T (Vol. T146). [014023]

Graphene electrodes for organic metal-free light-emitting devices. / Robinson, Nathaniel D.; Edman, Ludvig; Chhowalla, Manish.

Physica Scripta T. Vol. T146 2012. 014023.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Robinson, ND, Edman, L & Chhowalla, M 2012, Graphene electrodes for organic metal-free light-emitting devices. in Physica Scripta T. vol. T146, 014023, 2010 Nobel Symposium on Graphene and Quantum Matter, Saltsjobaden, Sweden, 5/27/10.
Robinson ND, Edman L, Chhowalla M. Graphene electrodes for organic metal-free light-emitting devices. In Physica Scripta T. Vol. T146. 2012. 014023
Robinson, Nathaniel D. ; Edman, Ludvig ; Chhowalla, Manish. / Graphene electrodes for organic metal-free light-emitting devices. Physica Scripta T. Vol. T146 2012.
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